Saturday, 23 January 2010

Bristol Palin and her family - A tale of sex, no more sex and a lot of money / PLUS: Levi Johnston responds on ET Online

History repeats itself, within the same family.

Lorenzo Benet wrote about the Heaths in Trailblazer: the summer of 1961, Chuck and Sally applied for a marriage license and wed at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Sandpoint. Sally gave birth to a quick succession of children -- Chuck Jr. arrived on February 7, 1962.

Summer: June, July and August. Do the math - from the earliest summer month to the next February there are only eight months. There are no records of Chuck Jr. being premature.

Sarah Heath eloped with Todd Palin and they were married on August 29, 1988. Track was born on April 20, 1989, eight months later. Track was not premature.

Bristol Palin went rogue and had her baby without getting married at all. Now that her virginity has been restored, Bristol will not have sex again until she finds a husband. No hanky-panky before the nuptials, that's guaranteed. Unless Bristol decides to revive the family tradition and have her next baby only eight months after the wedding...

It's quite obvious that abstinence didn't work very well for at least three women in this family. So why do they keep banging on the same note?

Sarah Palin and her daughter could spread a much more positive message if they told teenagers to think carefully before having sex and urged them to take the necessary precautions to avoid unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases.

But $arah and Bri$tol are not honest people and their hypocrisy is not going to help any young people at all.

Levi Johnston can see the whole thing is an act, but still manages to say something nice about Bristol in this new clip on ET Online, where he talks about the Oprah interview:

So why are they doing it?

Bristol is making a lot of money posing for gossip magazines with Tripp, telling the world how very hard her life is in her mother's million dollar house and how she has to work all hours to buy formula and diapers. She feels lonely when the baby won't stop crying. Boo hoo. Is she so desperate that she felt it necessary to alienate Levi even further by filing a motion for interim child support on top of asking for sole legal custody of Tripp? Bristol wants to keep Tripp's father out of any decisions about their son's life, but she doesn't mind having his money.

$1,750 a month would buy a lot of formula and a huge pile of diapers. Bristol needs to keep her own money to pay for the tanning salon, the gym and gas for her Cadillac Escalade...


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